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URC UR2-DTA Owners Manual
Operating Instructions For
UR2-DTA
DTA Remote Control
IMPORTANT SETUP NOTE!
TV
The UR2-DTA is designed to
operate the S/A, Pace Micro,
Motorola and IPTV set tops, plus
the majority of TV equipment on
the market as shown below.
This pertains to all programming steps.
When you are in setup mode, a component LED will light for 20 seconds.If you do
not press a button within 20 seconds, the
LED light will turn off and exit setup mode
and you will need to start over.
Quick Number
DTA : DTA boxs, IPTV set tops
TV : Televisions
A. Quick Set-Up Method
1 Introduction
4 Button Functions
2 Replacing Batteries
Before you program or operate the
remote control, you must install two new
AA alkaline batteries.
STEP1 Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of your
remote control.
STEP2 Check battery polarity carefully,
and install the batteries as
shown in the illustration below.
STEP3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
5 Programming the Remote Control
3 Operations
Universal Remote Control, Inc.
www.universalremote.com
OCE-0089A REV 29 (10/22/18)
Volume Default: TV volume and mute
through The TV, with the option of controlling volume and mute through the
Cable. Refer to Section F For programming the volume and mute through
your Cable.
There are three ways you can program your remote:
* Quick Set-Up Method
* The Pre-Programmed 3-Digit Code Method
* The Auto-Search Method
The Quick Set-Up Method is a unique new feature that enables the fastest and
easiest set-up by using one-digit codes for up to 10 major brands for each component.
The Pre-Programmed Code Method allows you to setup all the buttons at once by
entering 3-digit code numbers that correspond to a particular Component’s manufacturer/brand, so it’s the fastest and easiest of the two methods. (Code Tables
are on the backside of this Instruction Sheet.) The Auto-Search Method scans
through all the codes in the remote control, one at a time.
STEP1 Turn on the component you
want to program. To program
your TV, turn on the TV.
STEP2 Press and hold the [DEVICE] key
for 5 seconds until the POWER
LED will blink once and stays
on. Continue to hold the
[DEVICE] key and press the
number key assigned to your
brand in the Quick Set-up Code
Table and release both
[DEVICE] key and the number
key to save the code. The
POWER LED will blink twice to
confirm that the code is stored.
STEP3 Point the remote control at the
component.
STEP4 Press the power button. If it
turns off, it is programmed for
your component. If it does not
turn off, use the PreProgrammed 3-Digit code
Method or Scanning Method.
Repeat the steps above for all components. (DTA, TV).
B. Quick Set-up Code Tables
DTA
Quick Number
Manufacturer/Brand
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PACE DTA
SA/CISCO, SAMSUNG, PACE DIGITAL
MOTOROLA DIGITAL
MOTOROLA DTA
EVOLUTION DTA
CISCO IPTV
ADB IPTV
TECHNICOLOR
AMINO 140/540 IPTV
MOTOROLA IPTV
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Manufacturer/Brand
SANYO
SONY
SAMSUNG
LG
TOSHIBA
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
HITACHI
SHARP
VIZIO
C. Pre-Programmed 3-Digit Code
Method
STEP1 Turn on the Component you want
to program(TV, DTA).
STEP2 Press the [COMPONENT] button
(TV or DTA) to be programmed
and OK button simultaneously
for 3 seconds. The POWER LED
light will turn on for 20 seconds
indicating the unit is ready to be
programmed.
STEP3 Point the remote control toward
the Component and enter the 3digit code number assigned to
your brand.
*Note : If the 3-digit code number you just
entered is correct, the Component
will turn Off. If it did not turn Off,
continue entering code numbers
listed for that brand until the
Component turns Off.
STEP4 After you’ve entered the correct
code number and the Component
has turned Off, press the [POWER]
button to turn the Component
back On. Now it is time to test the
VOLUME and MUTE buttons for
the TV to make sure they all work.
If any of the functions do not work
as they should, repeat from STEP
3 using the next 3-digit code number listed for that brand until you
find the best code.
STEP5 Once you have found the correct
3-digit code, save it by pressing
the same [COMPONENT] button
one more time. The POWER LED
light will blink twice to confirm that
the code was successfully stored.
D. Auto-Search Method
STEP1 Turn on the Component you
want to program (TV, DTA).
STEP2 Press the [COMPONENT] button
(TV or DTA) to be programmed
and OK button simultaneously
for 3 seconds. The POWER LED
light will turn on for 20 seconds
indicating the unit is ready to be
programmed.
STEP3 Point the remote toward the
Component and press the [CH5]
or [CH6] button one step at a
time or keep it pressed. The
remote will emit a series of
ON/OFF commands. Release the
[CH5] or [CH6] button as soon
as the Component turns Off.
STEP4 Test functions. (Same as for 3Digit Code Programming Method
- Section C). If any of the functions do not work as they should,
repeat from STEP 3 using [CH5]
or [CH6] buttons to find the correct code.
STEP5 Save the code. (Same as for
3-Digit Code Programming
Method - Section C).
Now, repeat the Auto-Search Method
for those Components you could
not program earlier with the PreProgrammed Method.
E. Finding a Component Button’s
Setup Code Number
If you used the Auto-Search Method
to program a Component, you may
not know what the correct code number is. Here is a way for you to identi-
fy the code number, so you can
record it for future reference.
STEP1 Press the [COMPONENT] but-
ton (TV or DTA) you want to
verify and the OK button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
POWER LED light will turn on
for 20 seconds.
STEP2 Press the [INFO] button and
count the number of times the
Component LED light blinks.
This number indicates the first
digit of the code, followed by
the second and third, each separated by a one second pause
when the LED will turn off.
*Note : 10 blinks represents the
number zero.
Example : One blink, (pause), eight
blinks, (pause) and three
blinks, indicates code
number 183.
F. Programming Volume Control
Volume and Mute control are factoryprogrammed to automatically transfer
to the respective Component mode you
select, as follows:
DTA : DTA
T V : TV
However, you can program the volume
controls (Volume Up, Volume Down
and Mute) from one Component to
operate in another Component.
If you wish to store the TV volume
control in DTA mode, use the following steps.
STEP1 Press the [DTA] button and
the [OK] button simultaneously for 3 seconds.
The [DTA] Component LED
will turn on for 20 seconds.
STEP2 Press the [VOL 5] button.
DTA-CABLE Converters
TV
STEP3 Press the [TV] button.
Manufacturer/Brand
Manufacturer/Brand
The Component LED will
blink twice to confirm the
programming.
To return to original state:
If you wish to restore the DTA volume
control in DTA mode, repeat the
above steps but press [DTA] in
STEP3.
G. Memory Lock System
This remote control is designed to
retain programmed memory for 10
years even after batteries are
removed from the remote control.
H. Write your TV Set-up codes
Set-up Code Number :
For additional information about your
remote control, go to www.universalremote.com
6 Set­up Code Tables
DTA-IPTV
Manufacturer/Brand
ADB
AMINO
AT&T
CISCO
COMCAST
ENTONE
Innovative Systems
MYRIO
MOTOROLA
NOW TV
PACE
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
WEGENER
Set-Up Code Number
254 255 315 259
260 249 256 257 261
251
002 251 316
002
155 258 213
262
254 255
253
314
002
251
250
DTA-CABLE Converters
Manufacturer/Brand
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
PACE
MOTOROLA
Amino
ARRIS
Set-Up Code Number
003
001 003 204 206 217
001 206
219
192 216
BELL FIBE
CHANNEL MASTER
CINCINNATI BELL
CISCO
COMCAST
CONFLUENT
Cox Digital Cable
Digital Multimedia Technology
DIGITAL STREAM
DIRECTV
Duoson
Entone
EVOLUTION
Foxtel
HOMECAST
Horizon
Layer3
MINERVA
MOXI
NAGRAVISION
NBOX
Pico Digital
SAMSUNG
Sky
SUDDENLINK
TECHNICOLOR
THOMPSON
TRANSPARENT VIDEO SYSTEMS
WINDSTREAM
ZeeVee
Set-Up Code Number
205
006
194 220
003 005
195
196
223
222
580
238
218
221
189 215
228
004
225
226
178
111
201
181
224
003
240 241
579
365 002
365 002
193
212
227
TV
Manufacturer/Brand
Set-Up Code Number
ADMIRAL
AD NOTAM
ADVENT
AFFINITY
AIWA
AKAI
072 081 160 161 096
672
147 224
680
238 141 145
031 070 146 004 148 124 226
104 108 615
103
028
253
112 127
043
236
073 167 245
043 054 056 080 112 236
058 070 004 112 616
572
015 150 036 037 424
164 686
AKIO
ALARON
ALBATRON
AMARK
AMERICA ACTION
AMERICAN HIGH
AMPRO
ANAM
AOC
APEX
APEX DIGITAL
AQUAVISION
ASTAR
AUDIOVOX
AUVIO
Avera
AVION
AXESS
AXION
BAYSONIC
BELL&HOWELL
BENQ
BRADFORD
BROKSONIC
BYDESIGN
CAIRN
CANDLE
CANON
CAPEHART
CARVER
CELEBRITY
CETRONIC
CIELO
Ciil
CINERAL
CITIZEN
CLASSIC
COBY
CONCERTO
CONTEC
Continu-us
CORONADO
CRAIG
CROSLEY
CROWN
CURTIS MATHES
TV
Set-Up Code Number
164
076 103 043 035 224 228 078
689
761
223
711
043
043
072
600
043
231 252 096 170
254
162
070 002 003 004
236
058
164
001
043
101
732
103 120
070 002 003 004 101 103 127
043
640 641 671 004
004
043 051
161 746 747
127
043 054 028 239
164
043 127
070 004 101 127 236 011 072
081 120 164
CXC
043
DAEWOO
076 103 112 004 127 016 043
044 125 120 235 249
DAYTRON 004 127
DELL
004 041 164 618
DENON
011
DIGITAL LIFESTYLE 163
DIGITAL PROJECTION 570
DIGITAL RESEARCH 258
DIGITRON 101
DISNEY
096
DREAMVISION 090
DUMONT
004 073
DURABRAND 168
Manufacturer/Brand
TV
Set-Up Code Number
DWIN
131 132 161
DYNASTY 043
DYNATECH 062 238
DYNEX
096
ELECTROBAND 001
ELECTROGRAPH 220
ELECTROHOME 024 076 127
ELEMENT 004 110 622 690
EMERSON 005 028 043 048 076 096 155
004 051 127 151 153 154 231
236 238 247 252 168 121 514
ENVISION 070
EPSON
087 590
ESA
031 168
Evervue
755
FISHER
007 057
FREEMOTION 662
FUJITSU
164 197 028 157 149 066 217
FUNAI
028 043 238 052 168
FUSION
004
FUTURETECH 043
GATEWAY 165 031
GE
070 073 130 144 160 161 004
008 009 034 056 074 091 155
232 233 236 239 245 081 120
GEM
031
GIBRALTER 004 073
GO VIDEO 239
GOLDSTAR 004 106 112 127 247 250
GPX
256 674
GRUNPY
028 043
H&B
046
HAIER
004 116 623 749
HALL MARK 004
HANNSPREE 099
HARLEY DAVIDSON 028
HARSPER 220
HARMAN KARDON 164
HARVARD 043
HISENSE
198 021 619 630 004
HITACHI
011 004 613 007 009 072 010
012 023 075 127 158 236 238
587 614 749
HP
027 039 098
HQ
238 046
HUMAX
122
HYPERION 609
HYUNDAI 049 067
ILO
055 096
Manufacturer/Brand
INFINITY
INFOCUS
INKEL
INSIGNIA
INSTANTREPLAY
INTEQ
JBL
JCB
JCL
JCPENNEY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KLEGG
KLOSS
KONKA
KREISEN
KTV
LG
LLOYD
LODGENET
LOEWE
LOGIK
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGIN
MAGNAVOX
MAJESTIC
MARANTZ
MARTA
MATSUI
MATSUSHITA
MAXENT
MEGAPOWER
MEGATRON
MEI
MEMOREX
METZ
MGA
MIDLAND
MINERVA
TV
Set-Up Code Number
164
215 225 046 532 595 726 733
129
068 069 078 096 100 164 168
229 026 454 604 617
236
073
164
001
236
004 008 024 030 065 070 101
127 160 156 234 236 239 247
013
038 001 034 083 195 236 242
159 227 581
070 001 238
220
002 059
026
202
070 043 127 154
004 569 106 112 127 247 250
598 698 741
238
072
196 164 738
072
004
007 015 052 081 160 164 238
239
070 003 004 022 059 060 061
063 064 127 164 094 160 056
236 238 243 205 028 138 168
035 211 077 050 218 594
072
164 070 236 243 182 584
247
164
080
165
253
004
236
004 007 072 234 236 238 245
247 028 096
088
024 070 004 042 239
073
088
Manufacturer/Brand
TV
Set-Up Code Number
MINTEK
077
MINUTZ
008
MITSUBISHI 109 024 042 004 040 146 028
232 255 081 200 450 550
MONIVISION 253
MOTOROLA 081
MTC
070 004 062 101 238 239
MULTITECH 238 043
NAD
015 025
NEC
070 130 134 040 056 007 019
024 004 182 140 575 717
NEXUS
620 078
NIKEI
043
NIKKO
103
NIKO
175
NORCENT 211
NORWOOD MICRO 079
NTC
103
NUVISION 084 567 667
OLEVIA
219 004 161 144 160
ONKING
043
ONWA
043
OPTIMUS 080
OPTOMA
029 032
OPTONICA 019 081
ORION
096 201 203 204 205 231 252 028
PANASONIC 080 164 190 034 056 234 236
244 230 248 524 624 607 664
PENTAX
236
PEERLESS-AV 723 763
PHILCO
070 003 004 024 056 059 060
063 064 127 164 236 238 243
PHILIPS
164 005 038 093 127 070 003
004 059 236 238 243 247 199
218 144 161 594 773
PILOT
247
PIONEER
023 025 135 176 004 018 070
183 191 208 214 182 660
PLANAR
728 742 787 788
POLAROID 015 024 031 046 086 092 097
224 228 006 110 026 118 119
PORTLAND 004 127 103
PRISM
034
PRIMA
147 164
PROSCAN 144 160 161 167 004
PROTON
004 058 127 171 173 193 163
PROTRON 102 213 004 115
PROVIEW 110
PROX
572
PYLE
257
PYLE HOME 015 662
Manufacturer/Brand
TV
Set-Up Code Number
QUASAR
034 056 234 236 244 606
RADIO SHACK 004 019 127 043 250
RCA
160 161 144 156 065 070 004
023 024 056 074 152 232 233
236 238 239 081 588 713
REALISTIC 007 019 236 238 239 247
REVOLUTION HD 220
RICO
241
RUNCO
072 073 130 179 180 181 182
216 194 697 696
SABIO
161
SAMPO
070 004 058 165
SAMSUNG 192 184 185 004 101 127 133
160 089 105 070 237 239 461
578 655
SANSEI
120
SANSUI
238 252 096 615 078 762
SANYO
007 053 057 082 020 239 750
SCEPTRE
036 699
SCOTCH
004
SCOTT
004 005 028 043 048 127 113
SEARS
004 007 015 028 030 057 082
094 127 160 238 247 052 164
SEIKI
690
SELECO
189
SEMIVOX
043
SEMP
015
SEURA
704
SHARP
251 004 684 081 014 019 028
022 127 236 496 692 735
SHERWOOD 129 128
SIGNATURE 072 238
Silo
001
Skyvue
569
SKYWORTH 164
SOLE
177 178
SONY
001 608 126 139 236 240
241 602
SOUNDESIGN 003 004 028 043 238
SOVA
004 169 174
SOYO
163
SPECTRICON 112
SPECTRONIQ 004
SQUAREVIEW 052
SSS
004 043
STARLITE 043
SUNBRITE 608 001 635 605 772
SUPERSCAN 168
SUPRE MACY 002
SUPREME 001
SV2000
168
Manufacturer/Brand
SVA
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
SYNTAX OLEVIA
TANDY
TATUNG
TCL
TEAC
TECHNICS
TECHNOL ACE
TECHVIEW
TECHWOOD
TEKNIKA
TELEFUNKEN
TELERENT
TERA
THOMPSON
TILEVISION
TNCI
TMK
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
TRUTECH
UNITECH
UNIVERSAL
UPSTAR
VENTURER
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
VIDIKRON
VIDTECH
VIEWSONIC
VIORE
VISCO
VITO
VIZIO
WARDS
W Box Technologies
WESTINGHOUSE
WINBOOK
YAMAHA
YORK
YUPITERU
ZENITH
ZONDA
Set-Up Code Number
046
070 003 052 059 060 063 064
127 160 164 044 056 236 238
243 168 121 593
052 238 168
219 004 161 144 160
081 238
056 062
705 749
238
034 080 236 244
028
246
004
002 003 004 024 028 043 072
101 127 103 236 238 247 164
615
072
172
166
663
073
004
015 101 045 030 007 040 062
142 137 703
127 239 247
212
239
008 009
708
004
146 238
239
188 164 182
004
210 594
055 592 578
209 110
004
004 031 724 603 625 675
004 064 164 008 009 019 028
060 061 063 072 074 127 070
236 238 239
609
076 036 221 222 001 690 101
079
004 070 238 206 207
004
043
011 072 073 095 103 238 241
245 247 096
112
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